Grand History of Navarre

Grand History of Navarre

Tudela (Spain)

The result of 30 years of hard work: the 1500-page chronicle of the Kingdom of Navarre

  1. Pedro de Agramont y Zaldibar (ca. 1566–1635) was a writer, historian, and notary from Tudela

  2. His work, completed in 1632, was an important source for various authors over the centuries

  3. This is all the more impressive because the massive tome was never published, but the original manuscript survived

Grand History of Navarre

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Grand History of Navarre
Grand History of Navarre

Pedro de Agramont y Zaldibar (ca. 1566–1635) was a writer, historian, and notary from Tudela. He is recorded as having defended a thesis that Tudela had been founded by Tubal, the grandson of Noah. He is the author of the Primera Historia de Navarra, a 1,500-page history of Kingdom of Navarre completed by the converted Jew after 30 years of work in 1632. The comprehensive text is believed to be the first history of the kingdom, but was never published. Nonetheless, it has served as an important source for various authors over the centuries.

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Alternative Titles
Primera Historia de Navarra, Año 1632
Große Chronik von Navarra
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Available facsimile editions:
Grand History of Navarre  – Monasterio de Santo Domingo (Silos, Spain)
Editorial Mintzoa – Pamplona, 1997
Limited Edition: 200 copies
Facsimile Editions

#1 Primera Historia de Navarra, Año 1632

Editorial Mintzoa – Pamplona, 1997

Publisher: Editorial Mintzoa – Pamplona, 1997
Limited Edition: 200 copies
Binding: Handgebunden in Ziegenleder mit Gold gestempelt
Commentary: 1 volume by Fermín Miranda García, Eloísa Ramírez Vaquero
Language: Spanish
1 volume: This facsimile is not complete. The facsimile edition includes two volumes: the facsimile, whose pages are represented on a larger white background, and its transcription.
Price Category: €€ (1,000€ - 3,000€)
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